If he was served with the papers which you can check with the clerks office if good service was made you will have to wait 42 days after he was served to request a uncontested divorce hearing which the court will schedule
After you fill out the request which the clerks office will assist you with this form. Once the hearing is scheduled you will have to show up for the final hearing with a witness as to your grounds and provide testimony on the grounds and any property settlement you are seeking. He does not have to be present if he was served and doesn't show up or hasn't filed a answer.
I would also suggest you talk to the clerk of courts. You can confirm he was served PROPERLY, then you can get what ever forms you need. You will need to submit a journal entry to the court on the date of the final hearing. Generally the clerk will have these for you. Good luck.
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Your particular situation is probably the most suited for a pro se divorce where you represent yourself. Some day perhaps the courts will provide a checklist or procedural explanation to pro se litigants. I think some might already do that. You can't get legal adivse, of course, but you should be able to get procedural guidance from the court or the clerk.
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